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A love of music and the desire to instill that love in children spurred a trio of women to establish a music school that served both purposes. more
For more than 15 years, Meredith Agler has been sewing baby blankets, sweaters, nightgowns and other items for babies and mothers she has never met, and likely never will. more
A teacher and a cellist, Roswell resident Tim Anderson, 41, is never far from music. more
Did you know that 3.6 million Georgians are living with diabetes and prediabetes? more
Noninvasive treatments are leading the way in aesthetic medicine. These procedures are giving us the option to choose how we want to manage the changes in our faces and bodies that occur with aging. more
The abstract paintings that encompass much of Isabelle’s Gautier’s portfolio reflect her need for viewers to see beyond the colors and the lines on the canvas, and to tap into something deep inside themselves. more
Trouble came into Miaka Palmieri’s life for a reason, and stayed forever. more
Sandy Springs resident, Jim Hannan, is the President and CEO of Georgia-Pacific and helps spearhead the Georgia-Pacific Race for the Cure team each year. more
It’s not every day that teens yearn to establish something larger than themselves, but that is exactly what two Johns Creek girls set out to do. more
Becky Powell, 63, has never stopped listening to her father. So when he said it might be a good idea to begin volunteering with The Place of Forsyth 13 years ago, she agreed. more
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This month's issue

Joann Maloof, Sydney Lee (founder) and Nataly Marks are part of the Johns Creek-based K9's for Law which raises
funds to place K9 officers into police departments across the nation. Read more page 8.


 

 

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